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Windy City Times 2014-01-15

Impact of Gender on Philanthropy discussion

Spotlight: trans, gender non-conforming, intersex athletes

PositiveSingles.com sees membership rise in Chicago

Bright Sky Ferreira keeps on shining

THE Q LIST Shea Coulee's drag revolution will be televised

NUNN ON ONE: TV Harry Connick Jr. on 'Idol' and its judges

Gay in the Life: Paul M. Rathe

LaBarbera talks Robin Roberts, trans people

Celebrating 20 years of football fun Daisy style

Through the Leaves

Spotlight

Ghost: The Musical

Pontypool

CRITICS' PICKS

The Childrens' Hour

SCOTTISH PLAY SCOTT Acting and being 'OUT LOUD'

Testimony, but no vote, on Indiana gay marriage ban

Gay and lesbian critics announce Dorian Award noms

Ex-GLAAD leader's new post; trans student faces criminal charges

Talking with the rival of 'The Phantom'

Billy Masters

Knight at the Movies: G.B.F.; The Happy Sad; Truth

LETTERS Confrontation

VIEWS Robin Roberts loosens grip of Black homophobia

Marriage forum with officials Jan. 15

Gay Christian Network founder challenges ideas about Christianity

Loyola student apologizes for anti-gay tweet

U.S. customs broadens family definition

New guidelines may help end school/prison link

Affinity's 'Burning Bowl' fans the flames of rejuvenation

WCT seeks nominations for 30 Under 30 Awards

Anti-gay Nigeria gets money from the UK; soccer players out

Maybe more 'Sex and the City' and 'Normal Heart'

Sacluti begins as Evanston LGBT police liaison

BOOKS HIV/AIDS activist Sean Strub talks 'Body Counts'

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